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It Never Fails – Say I Won’t Blog and …
I blog. Sigh. Anyway, I ran across this cool article by my buddy Ray: Creating Custom PHP 404 Error Pages and figured that even though I try not to make broken links, it has to happen so I set it up for a bunch of my sites (some sites still under development). All of the links below are clearly broken but you never know what you might get when you have custom error pages. Most should make people smile. Some may even amuse.
- http://www.phpblog.com/q.asp (you know dang well I’ll never have an ASP page on my site, don’t you ?
Hey! It’s kind of fun to make broken links. Pretty cool.
HP ScanJet 3570c: The Single Worst HP Product I’ve Ever Bought or Perhaps that Compaq Thing Wasn’t a Good Idea After All
I’m ready to scream. Actually that’s an understatement. I’m ready to take a hammer to my beautiful new HP ScanJet 3570c – and smash it to bits and then mail it back to Carly Fiorina. What a piece of junk. Actually that’s not fair. Not fair at all. I actually don’t know if it’s any good:
- IT WON’T FREAKING DO A DAMN THING.
- IT WON’T SCAN.
- THE SOFTWARE CRASHES.
- THE INSTALL TOOK > 40 MINUTES (minimum; I went to sleep during it) TO COMPLETE
The problems started when the installation starts searching for an “MS_SOAPI_DLL” and takes > 40 minutes to complete (I just gave up and went to bed; it could have been 4 hours for all I know). When I woke up, I guess it had found it. So I began the
So strongly NOT recommended, I don’t have the words.
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